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Teacher of Computing and Year 8 form teacher. I am experienced in teaching primary school aged children all the way through to GCSE.

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Teacher of Computing and Year 8 form teacher. I am experienced in teaching primary school aged children all the way through to GCSE.
The power of knowledge: Assembly
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The power of knowledge: Assembly

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The ultimate aim is to look at the POWER of KNOWLEDGE Aimed at children from upper KS2, KS3 and KS4. The assembly starts by exploring interesting questions such as - do ants get into traffic jams? We look at how fascinating, brutal and awe inspiring life can be. We look at knowledge and what children can do to gain knowledge. Includes presentation notes NB - For the best formatted version of this presentation you will need to use the Google Slides version of this. Simply copy and paste the link which is contained within the presentation
Computing - Revision & exams  (Key Stage 3)
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Computing - Revision & exams (Key Stage 3)

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A set of resources to help busy teachers prepare for internal tests/exams. Includes a set of exam papers which can be adapted Includes revision summary sheets that could be printed (adapted) and handed out to help the children revise. Includes complimentary programming dictionary and test to assess programming knowledge of new Year 7 pupils.
End of term picture quiz
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End of term picture quiz

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New for 2017. Picture quiz that includes a variety of topics. Answers included: - Celebrities Plants/herbs Flags Logos Animals Film/TV
Blogging and Digital Literacy - scheme of work
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Blogging and Digital Literacy - scheme of work

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This is a unit of work aimed at KS2 children. This is delivered each year to Year 5 pupils but can be adapted for older or younger children. kidblog.org is recommended but other blogging websites are available. Aims: - Become familiar with blogs as a medium, including an understanding of the particular features of this as a genre of writing Communicate safely - includes developing ideas to interact effectively using the comments feature as well as discussing the dos and don’ts of personal information online. Create a sequence of blog posts on a particular theme or topic with the help of video tutorials (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP428f69lLpaIqY7RhpPA1XNQgWBk1HOW) Use blogging as a way to write creatively Develop a critical, reflective view of a range of media, including text Ethical and legal responsibilities of being online Pupils are able to screenshot, paste, crop and resize in order to collate evidence NEW - revision on a page sheet (Jan 2017)
Python Workbook
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Python Workbook

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This is a free sample of a Python workbook and is suitable for Year 7 to 9 pupils. Includes practical activities and questions. Comes with video guidance for the worksheet, which helps with differentiation. Includes step-by-step guide on getting set up and using IDLE. Maths activities using the Shell. Using the editor and making a simple program. Finally there are a series of questions to check understanding. Click here for the full workbook https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/python-workbook-11912946
Introduction to Programming with Scratch
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Introduction to Programming with Scratch

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Aimed at Year 5s but could be adapted for any beginners in Scratch. This introduction to programming covers: - CS unplugged - what is an algorithm (making a jam sandwich) The basics of the Scratch interface Basic animations using control and movement Using pause and broadcast Stage co-ordinates Debugging, repetition, sequencing, selection Working with variables to make a scoring system in a Shark game Please let me know what you think. NEW Jan 2017 - Revision on a page
House/Merit point tracker
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House/Merit point tracker

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Tracker spreadsheet that can be used to track house or merit points in a very simplified way. Easy to add multiple house points with a copy and paste that is not time consuming. This is fully editable to suit your setting and comes with instructions on the intro tab. Key parts of the spreadsheet include: - Individual class tabs Class totals House sports, house music and sports day tabs House totals tab gives a running total.
Careers of the future: Assembly
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Careers of the future: Assembly

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Aimed at upper KS2 and secondary school children. This assembly explores the following themes: - Explore the changing world of employment What did it used to be like? What are the typical jobs our ancestors did? What are the current trends? What is changing? - patterns, technology, employment rights, conditions What will the jobs be in the future? Ending - what do the children need to do to equip themselves for a changing job market? 2 or 3 slides will need to be adapted as they are personal to my own history but this could be a fun thing for you to do:) Includes presentation notes NB - For the best formatted version of this presentation you will need to use the Google Slides version of this. Simply copy and paste the link which is contained within the presentation
Web design - Google Sites
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Web design - Google Sites

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This unit of work explores what makes a good website. Pupils design a storyboard for their website based on a set of criteria. Pupils then implement their website and provide evidence. This is useful practise for GCSE ICT (in particular AQA). Includes scheme of work, teacher resources, class resources and video tutorials
Network Protocols and Layers Revision
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Network Protocols and Layers Revision

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Handy revision sheets for GCSE (9 - 1) that summarises key information related to network layers and protocols. Includes an overview of the 4 different layers required for GCSE and the protocols that relate to each layer.
Winning and Losing: Assembly
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Winning and Losing: Assembly

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Sporting assembly complete with script. Is Eddie the Eagle a loser? This assembly looks at the characteristics of a winner and questions our judgement about what makes a winner? Speaker notes are included in this teacher led assembly. The story of Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards is told and we question whether he was a ‘loser’? Useful before sports day or prior to an Olympic Games.
Picture Quiz
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Picture Quiz

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Picture quiz covering topics such as: - Political figures Historical figures Celebrities Plants Flags Places Suitable for a mixture of ages as there are a variety of difficulty of questions. Occasional clues and prompts are given. This was used on a ski trip but could also be used a Christmas quiz
Python Workbook
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Python Workbook

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This workbook is suitable for Year 7 to 9 pupils. A set of Python actvities covering 5 lessons. Includes practical activities and questions. Comes with video guidance for each worksheet, which helps with differentiation. Python worksheet #1 - Given separately on TES as a free sample. For absolute beginners. Getting set up, using the Shell and 1st program using the editor. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/python-worksheet-for-ks3-11912924?theme=1 Python worksheet #2 - Using variables and inputs. Python worksheet #3 - Conditional statements (IF, ELIF, ELSE). Python worksheet #4 - Arithmetic and relational operations. Stretch and challenge - using the Math library. Python worksheet #5 - Commenting and debugging
British Explorers Assembly
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British Explorers Assembly

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A story of courage, self-belief and tenacity. Complete with script. Used as an assembly but could also be used as part of a History lesson or even to link in with British values. Looks at: - Captain Cook Shackleton Scott Livingstone Drake Fiennes Explores the personality traits they all had in common. Ask the question - what is the next frontier? And what are your frontiers? How can you challenge yourself?
Python revision and activities - The basics
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Python revision and activities - The basics

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A handy revision guide summarises some of the basics of Python. Also included are 5 python program files that need fixing. Each program comes with instructions. Could be used as a GCSE revision resource or as part of a bank of resources for the NEA. Areas covered include: - Input Output Variables Mathematical operators Comments
KS3 Computing: Revision booklet
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KS3 Computing: Revision booklet

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Selection of handy revision sheets that summarise key areas of learning for the key stage 3 curriculum. Topics included: - Programming with Python for beginners Programming with Scratch Computer Systems Networks Spreadsheets Links are given to original Google drawings version of the summary sheets. This will allow you to make your own copy and edit if you wish:)
GCSE Python Revision booklet (Mega pack)
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GCSE Python Revision booklet (Mega pack)

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A set of revision 11 sheets summarising the key aspects of Python. Helps to prepare students for the NEA and could be added to your resource bank. Python Basics IF statements Arithmetic operations String handling operations FOR loops WHILE loops Random Lists Arrays (1 dimensional) NEW - Validation NEW - Sub-routines (Functions)
KS2 Web research skills - Part 2
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KS2 Web research skills - Part 2

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This builds on the web research SOW from Part 1 Aims: - Advanced searching using Google Using safe search in Google Know what to do to prevent searching for biased or unsafe information Know what to do to when you come across unacceptable content Using categories to narrow down searches such as Yahoo Directory and Google categories Using GPS to search for places Using Streetview Extension – use Google voice